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PM Modi’s Birthday observed as “Unemployment Day”

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28 Sep, 20 05:43
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PM Modi’s Birthday observed as “Unemployment Day”

17th September, the birthday of Prime Minister Narendra Modi was observed as national “Unemployment Day” all over the country. Even before the attack of Covid-19 India was facing a 45 years low employment rate. People had started losing jobs as an aftermath of the policy of demonetization and imposition of an unscientific GST. In Udaipur left parties, BTP and students and youth organizations organized a demonstration at the Collector’s office and raise slogans to abolish unemployment.  
Convener of the Committee of Central Trade Unions P.S.Khichi said that in this period of economic crisis there are hundreds of vacancies in Public Sector undertakings. Youth may be given employment by filling up these vacancies but the Union government is selling them to private sector. Dr. C.D.Ola. Secretary of CPIML Udaipur said that the Lockdown has taken away jobs from millions of people and they have been forced to go back to their villages. This has increased pressure on the rural economy also where already there is no opportunity of employment. Human Rights activist Rinku Parihar said that the fall in GDp by 29.3 percent has caused a tremendous loss of jobs. Union government should take measures to save people from this crisis. BTP leader B.L. Chhanwal demanded that all the vacancies of Union and state governments should be filled up in next one year. Advocate P.L.Salvi said that nearly 60 lakh posts are lying vacant in central and state governments. They should be filled up immediately.Neelu Parihar of AISA said that all competitive examinations of the UPSC and state commissions should be held on time and recruitments should be made as soon as possible. The secretary of AICCTU Saurabh Naruka said that the policies of privatization and commercialization of health and education has also had a bad impact on employment of the youth.  A memorandum addressed to hon’ble  President of India was submitted to the district collector. 

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